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The expunction attorneys at Joyner + Joyner, P.C. represent clients on expunction cases in the City of San Antonio and throughout the State of Texas.
Even if your case was dismissed or you were found not guilty, evidence associated with your arrest may still appear on your criminal record. By contacting the expunction lawyers at Joyner + Joyner, you can find out whether our attorneys can assist you with the expunction process. Our expunction lawyers have helped clients clear all evidence related to their arrest and trial.
At Joyner + Joyner, our attorneys understand that having to disclose your criminal record can greatly impact your ability to gain employment, receive credit or financial assistance, maintain your professional certificates/licenses or even rent a house. That is why the expunction attorneys at Joyner + Joyner always perform a case consultation with clients who have a criminal record and see if an expunction is possible. If successful, our expunction lawyers can help you protect your rights and your future by clearing your criminal record.
The non-disclosure lawyers at Joyner + Joyner, P.C. represent clients on non-disclosure cases in Bexar County and throughout the State of Texas.
If you have been arrested for an offense and were subsequently placed on deferred adjudication, of which you successfully completed, you may be entitled to a Notice of Non-Disclosure. A Notice of Non-Disclosure prevents anyone who is not affiliated with certain state or government agencies from seeing that you were ever charged with that particular offense. Do not allow an offense of which you successfully completed deferred adjudication affect your ability to gain employment or hamper your ability to get approved for renting a residence.